Our Top Plant-Based Superfoods For Good Health


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‘Superfoods’ have no specific definition, but most health experts and nutritionists would describe a superfood as an edible item that offers superior nutrition in its class.


The raw food wave has swept through, and now it is the superfood wave.


Superfoods are nothing but a few foods that have been singled out for special recognition.

These foods can power-pack your daily meals and snacks, offering significant health benefits and enhancing a healthy eating pattern.

Superfoods aid in boosting the immune system and enhance physical and psychological well-being.

Fresh and organic is always the preference, but the need for convenience has made it possible to reap benefits from the superfoods in powder and supplement form.

This article will look at some of the best superfoods available and discuss their nutrient profile and health benefits.


Adding a selection of your favourite superfood ingredients can brighten up any meal, provide additional health benefits and energy and are perfect for travel days and busy work events.


Add them to your salads, vegetables, smoothies, juices, soups or snacks on the go.


Eating fresh, whole foods doesn’t have to be complicated.


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Beetroot

Beetroots, commonly termed as beets, are the ‘new superfood’’.


Beetroot has a lot of nutritional bangs per calorie. In addition, it offers a meaningful boost in blood nitrite (and thus, performance) to elite athletes.


Beets also contain phytonutrients termed betalains, which have powerful detoxification, antioxidant, and anti-inflammatory properties.

Whole beetroots are packed with vitamin C, dietary fibre, folate (vitamin B9), vitamins, phosphorus, manganese, iron, and potassium. These nutrients in beetroot improve athletic performance and digestive health, support brain health, and keep blood pressure in check.


Beets are great baked, cooked, roasted, or added to salads and blended into delicious, healthy smoothies.


Blackcurrants